The average salary of a(n) Environmental Consultant in Missouri - State Average, Missouri is $56,465.
Consults with industrial, commercial, or government clients and/or organization department heads to ascertain and define environmental need or problem area and determines scope of investigation required to obtain solution. Consults with client or organization regarding management of environmental projects, programs, and issues, which may include conducting regulatory compliance audits and dealing or negotiating with governmental environmental regulatory agencies. Conducts research and performs studies and surveys to obtain data required for solution. Analyzes problems to advise on or recommend solutions, utilizing knowledge of theory, principles, or technology of specific discipline or field of specialization. Requires knowledge in fields defined as physical science, geology, and/or engineering. Prepares estimates and proposals based on project specifications and/or communication with clients. Communicates with clients to discern their needs and to provide an understanding of the activities that will be performed. Prepares and reviews site-specific work plans, sampling and analysis plans, QA/QC plans, and safety plans. Retains and coordinates with various subcontractors (e.g., excavation, drilling, demolition, private consultants, etc.) to perform environmental assessments and/or remediation activities. Collects soil, groundwater, soil vapor, storm water, and/or air samples in support of environmental investigation/remediation activities. Preserves or packages environmental samples in accordance with method-specific protocols. Evaluates analytical data and performs cursory data validation. Analyzes data to determine solutions, such as installation or implementation of alternate methods and procedures, changes in processing methods and practices, modification of machines or equipment, or redesign of products or services. Prepares technical reports to document field activities, report data, and evaluate options for the client based on interpretation of Federal, State, and county environmental regulations, rules, and guidance documents associated with environmental investigation, permitting, and remediation activities. Advises client or department heads on alternate methods of solving needs or problems, or recommends specific solution. May negotiate contract for consulting service. May specialize in providing consulting service to government in field of specialization. Less
Consults with industrial, commercial, or government clients and/or organization department heads to ascertain and define environmental need or problem area and determines scope of investigation required to obtain solution. Consults with client or organization regarding management of environmental projects, programs,... More